Re: Problem with Server ping in Pix 501 password Reset
Usually, the password recovery process is pretty simple. So, once you get past the communication issue, it should be smooth sailing.
To narrow down the problem, I would suggest a couple of things:
1) do you have a switch/hub you can insert between the PIX and your laptop? If so, do that to see if it makes any difference
2) do you have any other device (another laptop/router/anything) that you can plug into the PIX. Just set the PIXs IP to be on the same network as the other device, and try to ping. You need to get ping working before attempting TFTP.
3) Can you try a different ethernet cable? Just to make sure it is not the problem.
Once you get ping working, tftp should be the easy part.
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